Sensory writing prompt #3

generic+black+licorice+generic+shutterstock_35272414Step 1: Buy something to eat, reminiscent of your childhood. Eat it, slowly. Notice the flavours, the texture in your mouth and any thoughts that arise.

Step 2: Start writing, write for at least 10 minutes. Try not to pause, censor or edit. Just write and see where it goes.
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Sensory writing prompt #2

891-BreadStep 1: Find something with a strong smell that you like. Smell it. What comes to mind? Now write a three minute list of anything that comes to mind. Don’t censor or edit, just write.

Step 2: Look back over your list, circle  any words you like, then write them at the top of a fresh page. Now write for 10 minutes, using these words as inspiration. You don’t necessarily have to include all the words. Try not to pause, censor or edit. Just write and see where it goes.
Please feel free  to share your writing or the experience in the comments section.

Writing prompt – rewrite the news III

Using one of the news headlines below as inspiration, write for at least 10 minutes  without editing or censoring.Exclusive Newspaper Headline Article Unique Special News Informa

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The idea is to write something that matches the headline – your own version of events. Create the news! It can be anything.

You can’t get this wrong, just let the words come and see where it goes.

If you’d like to share your writing or your experience of this and other writing prompts, please do – in the comments section.

 

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Writing prompt – noticing – 3

Sit quietly looking at the sky for 5 minutes.sky

When the time is up, write a 2-minute list, just start writing, see what comes.

Read what you have written.

Now write something for 15 minutes. Without editing or censoring.

You can’t get this wrong, just let the words come and see where it goes.

If you’d like to share your writing or your experience of this and other writing prompts, please do – in the comments section.

 

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Writing prompt – rewrite the news II

Using one of the news headlines below as inspiration, write for at least 10 minutes  without editing or censoring.Exclusive Newspaper Headline Article Unique Special News Informa

News Headlines2

 

The idea is to write something that matches the headline – your own version of events. Create the news! It can be anything.

You can’t get this wrong, just let the words come and see where it goes.

If you’d like to share your writing or your experience of this and other writing prompts, please do – in the comments section.

 

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Writing prompt – rewrite the news

Using one of the news headlines below as inspiration, write for at least 10 minutes  without editing or censoring.Exclusive Newspaper Headline Article Unique Special News Informa

News Headlines

The idea is to write something that matches the headline – your own version of events. Create the news! It can be anything.

You can’t get this wrong, just let the words come and see where it goes.

If you’d like to share your writing or your experience of this and other writing prompts, please do – in the comments section.

 

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Writing prompt – noticing – 2

Sit quietly for 5 minutes. Notice your thoughts. IMG_0545

When the time is up, write a 2-minute list, just start writing, see what comes.

Read what you have written.

Write something for 15 minutes. Without editing or censoring.

You can’t get this wrong, just let the words come and see where it goes.

If you’d like to share your writing or your experience of this and other writing prompts, please do – in the comments section.

 

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Sensory writing prompt #1

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Step 1: Choose something you like to eat, just enough for one mouthful. Eat it, then immediately write a three minute list of anything that comes to mind. Don’t censor or edit, just write.

Step 2: Look back over your list, circle  any words you like, then write them at the top of a fresh page. Now write for 10 minutes, using these words as inspiration. You don’t necessarily have to include all the words. Try not to pause, censor or edit. Just write and see where it goes.
Please feel free  to share your writing or the experience in the comments section.